I am a PhD candidate in the Department of History at Princeton University. My research focuses on the economic history of modern Europe, with a particular emphasis on twentieth-century Britain, France, and Germany. Past research has covered a range of themes related to the history of central banking, finance, international relations, and global governance. This work has been published in the Business History Review, Financial History Review, and Contemporary European History.

Currently, I am a visiting student at the Paris School of Economics. In 2022, I was a DAAD visiting scholar at the Humboldt University of Berlin and a prize research student at the Centre for History and Economics, Cambridge. My work has been further supported by the Embassy of France’s Chateaubriand Fellowship, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and the History of Economics Society.

At Princeton, I am one of the co-founders of the Economic History Workshop and a graduate associate at the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance. I also teach courses in the history department and the School of Public and International Affairs.

Prior to graduate school, I worked as a Business Analyst at Visa and as a Research Associate at the Center for Financial Stability. I hold a BA in Economics and History (Highest Honors) with a minor in financial economics from Vanderbilt University.